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ANBI (Dutch Charitable Status)

The "Old Catholic and Anglican Airport Ministry" (OCAAM) is a charitable foundation under Dutch law. Donations made to OCAAM are therefore tax deductible for Dutch tax payers.


OCAAM's objective is to provide pastoral support to passengers, travellers, employees and volunteers at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol.

The OCAAM board ensures that this objective is realised and that the necessary funds and other resources are acquired.

OCAAM board members receive no salary or allowance for their work. Expenses directly related to performing board duties may be claimed by board members.

The OCAAM board members are:

Mr D.C.Thomas
Chair Anglican
Mr E. de Boer Vice Chair Old Catholic
Mr Ir. A.Blok Secretary Old Catholic
Mr I. Tensen Treasurer Anglican
Mr C.J.Borst Member Old Catholic
Mr B.Arthur Member Anglican

 

OCAAM has no employees. 

OCAAM is registered at the Dutch Chamber of Commerce under number 34202767.

The statutory details of OCAAM are:

RSIN 815744948
Legal form
Foundation
Statutary name
Stichting Old Catholic and Anglican Airport Ministry
Statutary seat Gemeente Haarlem
Address Kinderhuissingel 78, Bisschopskamer
Telephone number 023 532 6868
Date registered at Dutch Chamber of Commerce 18-02-2004
Date memorandum of association 18-02-2004
Activities SBI-code: 94911 - Religious Organisation
IBAN bank account number
NL32RABO0393788342
account holder Stichting Old Catholic and
Anglican Airport Ministry

 

Click on the link Annual Report to open or download the Annual Report 2017.

OCAAM Documents

Click on a link to open a document. In the Wings & Prayers publications our chaplain describes several events  he experienced as a chaplain of the Schiphol Airport Chaplaincy in Amsterdam.

Annual report 2017

Wings & Prayers autumn 2017